Wande Coal Releases Long-Awaited Album “Legend or No Legend”
Wande Coal, the afrobeats master, has released his third album, “Legend or No Legend.”
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Wande Coal is a well-known personality in the Nigerian music business, and his work has made significant contributions to the growth of Afrobeats while inspiring many other musicians.
After releasing three lead-up singles in ‘Come My Way,’ ‘Kpe Paso’ with Olamide, and ‘Let Them Know’, Wande Coal has finally released the highly awaited third album he titled ‘Legend or No Legend’.
Olamide, Wizkid, Fireboy, and American singer T Pain make cameos on the album’s thirteen tracks.
Wande Coal has spent over a decade in the Nigerian mainstream after debuting in 2009 with the highly praised ‘Mushin 2 Mo’songs’, which yielded many hits like ‘Bumper 2 Bumper’.
He launched his second album ‘Wanted’ in 2015, which included songs including ‘Baby Hello’, ‘Superwoman’, and ‘Ashimapeyin’.
His third effort is the EP ‘Realms,’ released in 2020, including the smash tune ‘Again.
Wande Coal’s fourth project and third album, ‘Legend or No Legend,’ declares his status in the business. Wande Coal claimed in an interview on Apple Music Africa Now Radio that the album named was inspired by a discussion about his standing as an industry icon.
Wande Coal sponsored a listening party at the Alliance Francaise in Lagos on May 18, with superstars like Olamide, Vector, Iyanya, Bankulli, DOtun, and Osas Ighodaro in attendance. The album is accessible on all streaming platforms, allowing fans to hear new songs from the brilliant performer.
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